Monthly Archives: March 2011

What Does It Mean To Be A Republican In 2011?

Jillian Barclay Winning Progressive March 31st, 2011 Being a Republican in 2011 is different than in the past. The definition of GOP has changed. The requirements of being a member of the GOP have changed. The “new and improved” Republican Party has … Continue reading

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Buyer’s Remorse: GOP House Majority in Jeopardy Already

Arjun Jaikumar Sourced from Daily Kos AlterNet March 22, 2011 Buyer’s remorse is setting in quickly, according to Democratic pollster Greenberg Quinlan Rosner. GQR polled 50 House districts currently held by Republicans which are expected to be major Democratic targets … Continue reading

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The Right-to-Work States

Posted by JM Ashby Union-busting is the gateway to the south.                 Credit: RJ Matson © Bob Cesca’s Goddamn Awesome Blog

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Faux Fact:more folks falling for Faux factoids

Johnny Bullhead: Consider the facts: more than twice as many Americans watch Fox News as watch CNN, the next most popular cable news channel, and almost five times as many as watch MSNBC…Fox is …popular among a wide swath of … Continue reading

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Getting back to Their Plan

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The Undeclared War on Democrats – And How to Fight Back

Mark McCutchan Winning Progressive March 17th, 2011 If you were a general preparing to attack another country, what would be some general guidelines? The Preparation – 1)      Soldiers – make sure you have plenty of soldiers, well-trained in defense and … Continue reading

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What Wisconsin Democrats can teach Washington Democrats

E.J. Dionne Jr. washingtonpost.com Thursday, March 10, 2011 Consider the contrast between two groups of Democrats, in Wisconsin and in the nation’s capital. Washington Democrats, including President Obama, have allowed conservative Republicans to dominate the budget debate so far. As … Continue reading

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